PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Physician and Surgeon
C. T. HOCKETT, M. D.
Office up stuirs In Bunk Bldg.
When Passing On The Lewis
tcr, Road, Stop At The
Sled Springs Hotel.
Plenty of StaMe Hoot...
S. 13. CON' N Kit, Proprietor.
jj(A.!i nusineHB and correspondence t
t hhUhI to with dispatch. Practice in the
8tate and Federal Courts and Interior
Notary PublU .
Collections made, Real Etate
bought and Bold and 'all business
matters attended In. Call on or
write me. Paradise, Oregon
.1. A. Burlelirti
Burleigh k Boyd
Will prautloe In all the Courts of .
this State and before the Interior
and Its offloes.
The monl careful attention
given to all business entrusted
to our care.
THOS. M. DILL,
Attorney - at - Law
Onice First Door South New
R. I. LONG
- Civil Engineering and
Hydraulic and Irriga
H. E. Merryman,
Mining and Metallurgical
V. S. Deputy Mineral Sur
All Kinds of Surveying'.
Office In Bank Building with Miller
& DePue. H.me Phono.
ENTERPRISE, : OREGON.
Stock Inspector for Wallowt
We have purchased the Joseph
Mercantile stock of hardware,
Tinware, Granite Ware and Dish
es and are selling them at a big
reduction. Come now for bar
rlUNSAKER & TAYLOR.
JKe JHzWs Jvecard
AS INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Formerly the Wallowa NewH, establlahe
March 3, 1SD9. New- series beca
I April 30. 190". ,
i Published every Saturday.
at Enterprise, Oregon. Office Eas
I Side Public Square.
Telephone Home Independent No. 31.
The Enterprise Press, . Publisher
; Entered at the Enterprise podtofflee a
j second-class matter.
One year $1.50; three months 50 cents
Cash in advance.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1903.
TWICE-A-WEEK NEWS RECORD.
I I In announcing last week the
j j change to he made in the News
I I Record from a weekly to a twice-a-I
j week paper, mention was made of
j I the colored magazine and comic sup-
' plement that will be added, begin
j ning with the Issue of Saturday, Jan
uary 10. For fear of misunder
: standing, we wish tD state this sup
Iplement is not dicidetl on as a per
; manent change. It 13 in the nature
of an experiment. If our readers do
not consider it an improvement, i
will be droppel after a thorois';'
trial, but somelhins bet.. ..... oj
added in its plare.
Anotlicr change or addition that
we know will be ai Improvement and
that will ba ptrmanent is a com
plete summary of the news of Ore
gon and the Northwest particularly,
and of the wo Id generally. ThU
Includes a special Washington, D. (,
letter, and the Forlland and Seattle
The present News Record Is fre
quently praised for Us local news
service. Ths twice a-week paper
will be even battjr In that respect,
as more space will be available fjr
The blgge3t single Improvement,
however, will be In the county news
service, cramped heretofore for lack
of space. All the news of Jossph,
Lostlne, Wallowa, Flora and the
North Country, the Promise Land,
Imnaha and the hill country, will be
gathered by a competent staff of re
porters whose Instructions will be to
do all .In their power to make their
sections known tD the world through
the columns of the News Record.
In short, ths Ideal of U1I3 paper
Is to ba a mirror of the news of
all Wallowa coutfty, and the editor
will do hU utmost to realize that
This office Is eniippei to do th.i
work. The machinery will in a few
days be connect 3d up with electri
cal power as well as gasoline, and
with first-class workmen In the chop,
If this prospectus is not lived up ti
the follow who wrote this will be to
blame. This Is told so you will know
whom to kick.
As s'.ated last we?k the price of
the twice a-week paper will neces
sarily be increased, but paid In ad
vance subscriptions at the ' present
rate will be accejtsd until after tho
changes go Into effect.
Proceedings of Board of Equaliza
tion for Wallowa County, Oregon.
Oct. 20, 1008, to Nov. 18, 1908, In
clusive. Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment, ull members present, and ex
amined matters before it.
Nov. 19, 1908.
When you go
That you will
Shoes, Hats and Caps j
German Socks !
Sheep-Skin Lined Coats
and in fact everything a man wea;s
At MEN'S HEADQUARTERS !
THE MEN'S FURNISHER f
In the matter of the assessment for
taxes of real property of the George
Palmer Lumber company, a private
corporation, and of the application
for reduction therein:
The board having considered the
petition and application for reduc
tion of assessment made by the
petitioner and the evidence in sup
port thereof, and from the same
finds that the allegations of said
petition and application for a re
duct ion are not sustained; that the
assessment of the lands described
in the said petition and application
for a reduction of assessment Is
not contrary to law, and that said
assessment Is not excessive, and
that the amount at which said
property was assessed is its actual
full cash va'.uo, and that said
assessment was fairly made in
good faith; and that the prayer of
the said petition should be denied,
and now being fully advised in the
It is hereby ordered and adjudged
that the said ret.tioii of the said
applicant be a.ii the same hereby
is deii ?d. and that the said
asssjs.uent on the lands described
in lA3 said petition be approved
and made the assessment of the
Board of Equalization of Wallowa
county, Oregon, and it Is so or
dered. In the matter of the assessment for
taxes of real property of The Cross
gtt Timber Co., a private corpora
tion, and of the application for a
Board finds petitioner not unlaw
fully discriminated against in the
assessment complained of, but that
on the contrary the amount
assessed by tie assessor is Its
actual full cash value, made li
good faith, ani the Board furthe.
finds therefrom that the said pe
tltlon shows on its fac3 that thz
said lands are actually worth mort
than the amount at which they ar
assessed, and now found by the
Board to be its actual cash value
and that the sa'-d petition does no
pray for an Increasa of assess
ment, and that the prayer of said
petition should be denied.
Same order and decree as in Geo.
M. Palmer Lumber Co. petition.
In the matter of ths assessment for
taxes of the leal property of the
Grande Ronde Lumber Co., a private
corporation, and of the application
for a reduction therein:
Same finding, order and decree as
in petition of The Crossett Tim
COUNTY COURT, NOV. 1908, TERM
Mrs. R. L. Deshazer, witness
State vs. Ees'ia'.er 8 5C
J. B. Ready, grand jury bailiff 18 0C
Albert Wilson, grand Juror .. 28 00
H. C. Cramer, jury bailiff .... 39 00
Thos. M. Dill, de.'endlng Arthur
Deshazer , 25 OC
H. R. Hanna, official Rep. .. 123 0
O. W. Pagln, court bailiff ....36 0(
H. R. Hanna, transcribing tes
timony 31 03
C, E. Lewis, bearding jurors 14 75
Cox, justice fes 1 00
Justice fee 5 00
Charles Hug, constable
N. H. Marks, help on
fee.. 8 00
and specifications 5 00
W. L. Mulkey, rebate on tax 2 52
M, W. Goodman, regltserlng
voters 2 20
J. J. Weaver, freight on bolts
and nails 1 00
A. S. Cooley, registering vot
ers 7 50
Irwin Hodson Co., office sup
plies 39 45
R. McCrae, boarding prisoners 4 00
M. W. Goodman canvassing
find a full line of
vote 5 00
A. C. Smith, canvassing vote 3 00
Olof Anderson, grand jury.. 28 00
E. F. Sargeant, grand Jury .. 22 00
G. W. Nell, grand jury 23 00
T. J. Dryden, grand jury .. 21 00
J. M. Casteel, grand jury 26 00
D. 1. Brock, grand jury 19 00
Pete Crow, petit jury 2 20
H. J. .Martin, petit jury 2 20
J. E. Harman, petit Jury 2 20
S. C. Himmelwright, petit jury 27 00
C. E. Bodmer. petit juror .. 33 00
Joe Allen, petit jury 19 00 ,
R. E. Heskett, petit jury .. 18 20
Ole Englebretson, petit jury 18 20
R. McCrae, petit Jury 28 00;
D. H. Burrows, pet.t Juror 32 61
Thomas Morgan, petit juror.. 31 00
G. S. Templeton. petit juror . . 35 00
R. J. liaskins, petit juror 36 00 ;
G. W. Franklin, petit Juror. . . . 30 -20
G. J. Wagner, petit juror 2 20 j
Henry Young, pe It Juror 2 20 J
C. E. Vest, petit juror 2 20
Sam Combes, petit Juror 12 20 i
J. J. Chapman, petit Juror .. 32 40
lohn Ciine, petit juror. 2 20
S. A. Blevans, petit juror .. 40 60
W. C. Fleaner, petit Juror .. 35 00
Geo. Cannon, petit juror 42 00
S. R. Haworth, petit juror.... 2 20
N. H. Marks, petit juror .... 2 20
C. W. Amey, petit Juror ... 2 20
Jack Johnson, pst t juror 4 20 j
Sim Cray, petit Juror 2 20 j
W. E. Taggart, petit Juror . . 2 20 ',
J. T. Willett, petit juror .... 39 40
Geo. L. Post, petit juror . . 2 20
C. M. Lock wood, petit Juror.. 2. 20 i
L. E. Jordan, petit Juror 12 20 j
Peter Kuehl, petit juror. 37 80 j
H. C. Beggs, petit juror 37 00 ;
Byram Maylield, petit juror .. 6 20 i
Chas. Boswell, petit juror 6 20 i
A. M. Wagner, petit Juror .. 6 20 i
S. T. Tippett, petit juror 44 00 j
A. W. Johnson, petit Juror.... 39 20;
J. W. Hufman, petit juror .. 44 00
Waldo Chass, petit Juror . 2 20
J. F. McCoy, petit Juror 2 20
Grant Johnson, petit Juror .. 6 20
R. Eddlemon, petit juror.... 6 20
J. H. Hartshorn, petit Juror.. 9 20
W. W. Wade, State, vs. D3
shazer . .
Ford Hillman, Stats vs. Da
shazer 08e Hartsock, State vs Tucker
John Chllcott " " "
D. G. Tucker,
A. F. Sheets,
Geo. W. Hamilton, "
J. F. Proebstel, "
Moses Beason, " " "
Alvin Nelson, " " "
Mrs. Oliver Hepburn, State V3.
Mrs. Bert Cole, State vs.
Mrs. Eva Tucker, State vs.
James Henry, "State vs. Tucker
Julius Bidstrup '
T. N. Estes, " .
Bill Estes, " "
Peter Nelson, "
W. W. Wade, "
John Stuber, " " "
Sam Wade, State vs.. Moxley
W. W. Wade,
J. W. McAlIster, "
Iven Stevens, " " "
James Moxley, "
Peter Baudon, " " "
Mrs. D. W. Otto, State vs.
Mrs. Lillle Davis, State vs.
Mrs. A. E. Hodge, State vs.
D. W. Otto, State vs. Jones
Ed Greyblll, State vs. Jones
Daisy Yande'.l, State vs. Jones
T. R. Aklns, State vs. Jones..
Mrs. Lillle Davis, State vs.
V-.-s. A. E. Hodse, State vs.
Joo AV.y.x, State vs John Doe
Arthur Je.vel, State vs. John
Joe Clemons, State vs. John
J. W. McAlIster, State vs. John
Chas. McAlIster, State vs. John
Henry Mitchell, State vs. John
Waldo Chase, State vs. John
J. C. Shackelford, State vs.
L. Lloyd, State vs. John Doe
Harvey Purdy, State vs. John
S. C. Weaver, State vs. John
T. R. Akins, State vs. John
W. V. Wade, Stnte vs. John
Edgar Marvin, bo.rd of prison
ers do, stamps
do, deputy sheriff and ex
pense 2 20,
10 40 ,
4 00 !
16 00 I
16 00 1
4 80 I
32 00 !
4 20 j
Any person knowing of any viola
tion of the game or fish laws of the
state, or of persons not properly
keeping screens over lrrlgatioi
ditches, are requested to notify
Deputy State Game and Forwtr
Warden, Zumwalt, Oregon. Hit
PHONE HOME 115
J. D. WALCK
Real Estate Dealer
Mitchell Hotel Block JOSEPH, OREGON
MAIL AND PASSENGER
Wallowa. Appleton. Flora to Paradise,
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS; and
From Paradise, Flora and Appleton lo Wallowa,
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Good accommodations, courteous treatment and reasonable rates.
Leaves Wallowa at 6 a. in.
E. W. SOUTHWICK, Proprietor.
ARE SPECIALTIES OF THE
Horses boarded by Day, Week or Month
Good Care of all Stock.
BEST EQUIPPED STABLE LY THE COUNTY
One Block East of Court House.
J. C. SHACKLEFORD, Proprietor.
"Careful Banking Insures ihe Safety of Deposits,"
Depositors Have That Guarantee at
WALLOWA NATIONAL BANK
OF ENTERPRISE, OREGON
' We Do a General Banking Business.
Exchange Bought and Sold on
All Principal Cities.
Geo. V. Hyatt, President W. R. Holmes, Cashier
Geo. S. Craig, Vice President Frank A. Reavis, Asst. Cashier
Geo .8. Craiu
Red Front. Livery and
First Class Accommodations
Best of Hay and Grain &
ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF
RODGERS BROS., Proprietors
Dealers in new and second-hand goods, Bicycles and Bicycle
Supplies. Bicycle and Gun Repair Shop. Furniture made or
Repaired, Screen Doors and Windows made to order. Give us
a trial. Our prices are right and all work guaranteed.
A Short Talk
Over the Phone
may save a long
ride to the
Home Independent Telephone Co.
AT LOWEST RATES. ON EASIEST TERMS.
Wm. Miller & Brother,
SUITE 204, Wallowa National BanK Building,
Geo. W. Hyatt Mattie A. Holmes
W. R. Holmes
BOSWELL & SON
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